30 January, 2019

genomeweb

iReceptor Plus Consortium Wants to Improve Immunological Data Sharing

The nascent iReceptor Plus Consortium, funded by €8.4 million (about $9.6 million) in awards from the European Union and the Canadian government, has the broad mandate of promoting integration and sharing of human immunological data. The hope is that the four-year effort will yield better understanding of immune responses and lead to new therapeutic targets for drug developers and clinicians.

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17 January, 2019

EU and Canada award €8.4 million to ease genomic and health data sharing

The four-year project aims to develop an innovative platform to integrate distributed repositories of Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire sequencing (AIRR-seq) data for enabling improved personalized medicine and immunotherapy in cancer, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, allergies and infectious diseases.

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16 January, 2019

New project receives €8.65 million from EU and Canada to ease genomic, health data sharing

iReceptor Plus will enable researchers around the world to share and analyze huge immunological datasets taken from healthy and ill patients that have been sequenced and stored in databanks in multiple countries.

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16 January, 2019

genomeweb

Immunological Data Sharing Consortium Wins €8.4M Award From EU, Canada

The newly launched iReceptor Plus Consortium has received a total of €8.4 million ($9.6 million) in awards from the European Union and the Canadian government to promote integration and sharing of human immunological data.

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15 January, 2019

hcanews

iReceptor Bags $9.6M in International Funding for Data Sharing Platform

The iReceptor Plus consortium, which is composed of more than 20 partners from nine countries, was granted approximately $9.6 million by the European Union and the Canadian government to promote human immunological data storage, integration and controlled sharing for clinical and scientific purposes, according to the company.

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15 January, 2019

verdict

Health data consortium receives €8m EU backing in push towards personalised medicine

The iReceptor Plus consortium, made up of more than 20 partners from around the globe, has received €8.4m ($9.6m) in investment from the European Union and Canadian government as it pushes for advancement in human immunological data storage, integration and sharing across the healthcare industry.

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14 January, 2019

Jerusalem Post

EU, CANADA AWARD €8.4M. TO ISRAELI-LED HEALTH DATA PROJECT

The project received €7.85 million ($9m.) from the EU through its Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, of which Israel is a member, and a further €800,000 ($917,000) from the Canadian gov’t.

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